Star Trek: Season 2, Episode 14

Wolf in the Fold (22 Dec. 1967)

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Kirk and the Enterprise Computer become detectives after Scotty is accused of murdering women on a pleasure planet.

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While on shore leave on the planet Argelius II with Dr. McCoy and Captain Kirk, Chief Engineer Scott finds himself accused of murdering an exotic dancer he met in a nightclub. He has no recollection of the incident but is found standing over the girl with a bloody knife in his hand. For Mr. Hengist, the chief administrator, the case is cut and dried, but Jaris, the planet's leader, suggests that his wife chair a séance to identify the killer. Tragedy strikes again, still pointing to Mr. Scott as the culprit. Kirk suggests they retire to the Enterprise where they can use its computers to determine if Scott is lying and who the real culprit may be. Written by garykmcd

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Robert Bloch originally wrote that Kirk, Scotty, and Bones having drinks which had colored layers. Their moods would change as they drank each layer. This idea was dropped as being too complicated of a special effect. Network censors were concerned that it would appear that they were using drugs. The producers argued against this but were unable to use the drinks anyway. See more »

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Scotty's hand shifts position between shots as he is on the witness stand. More, the close-up of Scotty's hand was that of another actor. This was done to conceal the fact that James Doohan's right middle finger was missing, the result of his participation in the 1944 Invasion of Normandy. See more »

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Transporter Chief: You didn't have to shove me, Mr. Spock, I'd have gotten round to it.
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References Thriller: Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper (1961) See more »

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Another Trial
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On an R & R trip to a peaceful planet where violence is unheard of, Scottie takes a walk with a beautiful courtesan, only to be discovered, knife in hand, over her body. He is arrested and set for trial. A whiny prosecutor named Hengist assumes Scottie's guilt. A young woman is beamed down to assist with the investigation. She takes Scot into a briefing area. While she questions she is killed and Scot lies, unconscious near the body. The prefect of the city and his wife offer to hold a kind of séance where his wife, who has some sort of clairvoyant gift is to get to the truth. Unfortunately, during the séance, the lights go out and the woman is standing, knife in the back, Scottie standing behind her, blood on his hands. Kirk knows that the ship's computer can determine guilt or innocence. The prefect goes along with it, bringing two witnesses and Hengist with him. One weird thing is that the prefect doesn't seem terribly upset about the death of his wife. Still he wants to get to the truth. It isn't long before some interesting data begins to appear. Mr. Hengist is quite combative through the whole thing. This is the third trial of one of the principle characters. This episode is entertaining and fun. The failing is that people don't seem to react very strongly to the deaths of their colleagues.


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